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Experience of inner attentiveness 878
The Author considers a life of inner attentiveness not in terms of moral but as a way to wholeness of the human person and of life, as a foundation for a responsible relationship with those around us, as a way for growing in love which in the end brings us, through self-denying, to the joy of a life in God.
Keywords: inner attentiveness, conscience, responsibility, sin, repentance, growing in love, wholeness of the human person